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    • Simplicity is Key: WordLift Tool Review

      Practicing SEO is one of the most engaging “jobs” in the world because it’s one of the few crafts that can be done in more than one way. While a majority of the SEO methodology are defined to be either White Hat SEO or Black Hat SEO, the fact remains that “there’s more than one way to skin a cat”, so to say.

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  • Five proven SEO strategies for retailers to use in 2017

    … Optimizing your ecommerce site for better rankings should be a top priority for any growth-focused business owner. Being on the first page is no longer enough to generate enough traffic, CTR, and sales, for 2016 and 2017, the main goal should be to rank 1 and I will tell you why. In 2011, a research conducted by Optify and published by Search…

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  • Reviews Schema Changed To Address Growing Problems with Profanity

    … Google has recently amended the guidelines for the reviews schema to control and eliminate schema reviews that are deemed to be vulgar and contain profanity. The updated Google Reviews Schema webpage specifically states that “Profanity and vulgar language are prohibited. Do not include reviews that contain vulgar or profane language.” What…

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  • As Voice Search Gains Importance, So Does Schema Mark-up for SMB Sites

    … by MindMeld, most respondents were newcomers to voice search and voice commands within the six months prior to when the survey was conducted. Even Google has hinted as recently as May of this year that Voice Search reporting may be coming to their Search Console Search Analytics report. Schema Makes Voice Search Results Better Despite these trends…

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  • How to add Schema.org markup to your email marketing

    … If you’ve ever used Schema.org to mark up your webpages, you’ll know it’s a great way to help search engines interpret your content and create more relevant, rich and attractive search results. But its uses don’t begin and end with webpages. In this guide, I’m going to look at some of the handy things you can do with email markup – including…

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  • The complete beginner’s guide to Schema.org markup

    … be universally understood. For webpages, this means search engines are more easily able to tell what a page is about, and the different elements it contains, allowing them to return more useful results to searchers. Schema.org, then, is a markup vocabulary for structured data developed by Google, Microsoft, Yahoo and Yandex, with the goal of creating…

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  • How to speak ‘Search Engine’

    … to show it to a user who is searching for one or the other. Search engines want to provide their users with more rich data in search results: useful information like event dates, reviews, menus and other details that can answer their query at a glance, or at least help them decide which result will be the most relevant. Ward quoted Sundar Pichai…

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  • Schema WordPress Plugin for JSON-LD Structured Data

    … of organization, such as information in a relational database. When information is highly structured and predictable, search engines can more easily organize and display it in creative ways. Structured data markup is a text-based organization of data that is included in a file and served from the web. It typically uses the schema.org vocabulary—an open…

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  • 3 DIY SEO Action Items for a $0 Budget

    … SEO update. URLs are constantly changing, especially in ecommerce sites, which can make it difficult for search engine robots to index the right pages. By updating the XML Sitemap on a regular basis, you’re giving engines like Google the information they need to properly crawl and index the right pages. Tip: Some ecommerce platforms, like Shopify…

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